Today on MORNING BLEND:
David Williams believes all Bahamians need to be much more financially responsible, whether VAT comes in 2014 or not. Wlliams, president of ASI (Adventist Laymen & Service Industries), says people need to stop trying to compete with the Joneses, and must learn to prioritize. His organization will hold a 2-day “Health & Wealth” workshop this weekend focusing on how to plan a family budget, the importance of insurance, steps to start a small business, and living a healthy lifestyle. The workshop takes place at the Message of Hope Centre at the former Bahamas Academy campus on Wulff Road.
And we get details on Shell’s exciting “12 Days of Christmas” promotion, going on now through January 9, 2014. Motorist will be eligible to win lots of weekly prices with every $20 purchase of fuel at Shell service stations.
Plus, “In The News”, local reaction to the death of Nelson Mandela, the beloved anti-apartheid leader and the first black President of South Africa.
Also, PM Christie says the govt. will “outlaw” so-called “double dipping” by govt. employees who collect full salary while obtaining NIB sick-pay benefits.
And the latest on VAT and shanty towns in New Providence.
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